I've extracted the BBC image format loading code from the BBC Graphics Viewer, made it a stand-alone cross-platform library with C and C++ bindings and called it libbeebimage. This is what I'm using to convert images included in the 8-Bit Software Online Conversion via a ruby extension written in C.
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I've forked the no-longer maintained KeePass StrengthReport plugin to fix a few bugs and make some enhancements. You can browse or download the source and download a new release from the StrengthReport project page.
I am pleased to announce the release of a new utility - a Programmer's Notepad extension which automatically configures the indent style and size to match the currently loaded text file. Get Auto Tab Setup here.
I'd like to introduce a new project - the 8-Bit Software Magazine Online Conversion.
8-Bit Software was a public domain software library and floppy disk based magazine for the owners of BBC computers, which was published between 1990 and 1998, and contains a wealth of information about BBC computers.
The magazine disk images are available elsewhere online, but to read the disk images, a BBC emulator (or BBC) is required. This makes them difficult to access easily, and searching for obscure BBC information contained in the magazines doesn't usually turn up any information from search engines.
I've currently only converted a single issue: (the fairly arbitarily chosen) Issue 64, but as the conversion is fully automated, I should be able to add more issues as time and enthusiasm permit.
I am pleased to announce the release of a new tool - a utility for viewing and converting images originally created on a BBC computer. Get BBC Graphics Viewer.
I am pleased to announce a new tool - a utility for downloading radio station content. Get Radio Downloader here.